Don't miss the 2019 Cressy Chaff Cutters Jim Osborne Longford Cup day at the picturesque Longford Racecourse.
Pre-purchase your tickets from the Queens Arms Hotel Longford, Sues of Invermay, Longford Country Club or from the Tasmanian Turf Club Mowbray Racecourse General Admission $15 or $10 pensioners or pay on the day $20 General Admission or pensioners $15.
Leave the car at home and catch the Sainty's bus leaving the TRC Hotel Car Park picking up at the Kings Meadows car park on the way. Just $25 includes bus trip and entry ticket.
SUES OF INVERMAY & LAUNCESTON TRAVEL & CRUISE CENTRE FASHIONS ON THE FIELD
ENTER ON THE DAY
LADIES 1ST PRIZE $1250 Travel Voucher courtesy of Launceston Travel & Cruise Centre 2ND PRIZE $1000 Gift Voucher courtesy of Sues Of Invermay
GENTS 1ST PRIZE $1000 Travel Voucher courtesy of Launceston Travel & Cruise Centre 2ND PRIZE Double pass to 2019 Jansz Launceston Cup Corporate Marquee
CHILDREN’S 1ST PRIZE $350 Gift Vouchers
There are also on-course betting facilities and plenty of food, beverages & entertainment.
Phone the Club for further information 0363261070 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Longford racecourse is located south of Launceston. Please click here to view directions to the track.
For Trip Advisor listings on accommodation and other things to do in this region, click the link belowTripAdvisor - Launceston
Jellico St, Mowbray TAS 7248, Australia
Phone: 03 63261070
The racecourse is just three kilometres from the heart of Launceston City in Jellico Street, Mowbray and is easily accessed by car, bus or taxi.
Launceston is Tasmania’s second largest city and a vibrant hub for food and wine, culture and nature. In fact, the whole region is packed with city and country charm with picturesque old towns and beautiful scenic highlights.
Just a short walk from the city centre, Cataract Gorge is a slice of wilderness right in the heart of Launceston and the city’s star natural attraction.
From Launceston, you can follow the Tamar River north through Tasmania’s premium wine-growing region, past forested hills and farmland, lavender fields, vineyards, orchards and pretty riverside towns. Historic villages are found around every corner, from Longford on the outskirts of Launceston to Evandale, Ross and Campbell town along the Heritage Highway heading south.